For years now, Google has been successful in delivering the original Nexus 7 into the market with its competitive price and it managed to deliver such a good tablet experience without spilling too much cash. Its successor is more incredibly wow as it possesses a hardware equal to or better than most tablets in the market at a lower cost. The Google Nexus 9 is Google’s first tablet to launch with Android 5.0 Lollipop and the first of the Nexus troupe to use a 4:3 screen rather than a widescreen one.
* Sharp, big screen good for cinematic viewing experience
* GPU is powerful
* Good battery life
* Deluxe streamilned construction and comfortability
* Not as voguish as an iPad
* Not impressive stero speakers
* Leakage on the backlight
* No microSD card slot
It features an 8.9-inch 4:3 IPS LCD capacitive screen with 2048 x 1536 pixels display resolution, equipped with an 8MP rear camera with LED flash and 1.6MP front camera; inside is Nvidia Tegra K1 processor with 2GB RAM; designed with Metal trimmed with soft-touch plastic back. The Google Nexu 9 operates on Android 5.0 Lollipop; also integrated with BoomSound stereo speakers and available storage of 16 GB and 32GB.
Generally, so far so good but not superb. The issues it is having can become slightly a burden at some point, but it’s definitely be a minor tweak when you get root access. Rooting your Google Nexus 9 could be the saving grace you’ve been waiting for.
Rooting Your Google Nexus 9
Rooting has become the ultimate solution to overcome these brow-raising issues and for a system makeover as well, cultivating the Android to its full potential. Getting root access comes with some risks and complexity. With One Click Root, how-to: rooting the Google Nexus 9 is the simplest, easiest, fastest, and the safest:
Step 1) Better be prepared with a back up of your device data for easy recovery if something goes wrong along the process.
Step 2) Donwload and install One Click Root program inyo your computer.
Step 3) Connect your Google Nexus 9 to your computer using a standard ISB cable.
Step 4) Enable USB debugging by going to the ‘Developers options’.
Step 5) Click ‘Root Now’ button to run One Click Root.
Now, relax a bit while waiting your device to reboot to its rooted Andrtoid state. Change doesn’t take effect immediately on its visual appearance, it’s the same wallpaper, and all. But if ought to, you can change it to your liking.
What now that my Android device is rooted successfully?
Android rooting opens up opportunities to near limitless possibilities to customize and optimize usefulness and capabilities of the Android. A rooted device can now enjoy the luxury of custom ROM updates, battery upgrade, wireless tethering, access blocked features and apps and a lot more.
The root process entails risks as well and may brick your device with just one wrong move. In rooting your Android, always bear in mind that no one rooting method is exactly the same as the other. One might not applicable to the other. So it’s essential to do a little research prior to the rooting process. And choosing and using the right tool is critically important to get the job done right.